Welome to the St Helena Island
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St Helena Island is one of the remotest islands on Earth.
It is a subtropical paradise where the mountainous terrain and microclimates create an astounding diversity of landscapes all within a few minutes’ drive.
The island is a breath of fresh air in today’s world, boasting clean air, a sparkling ocean environment, a safe community (pop. 4,439) and a lack of reliance on modern technology (cell service was only introduced in 2015).
It is an off-the-beaten-track, bucket-list destination that your friends will envy.
On St Helena, there is so much to explore.
St Helena Island
10 Top selling points
- Extreme diversity of landscapes and attractions in one tiny island
- A melting-pot, friendly and unique island people
- 21 ‘Post Box Walk’ nature trails walks showcasing the landscapes
- More than 500 plant and animal species found nowhere else on Earth
- World-renowned diving and marine experiences
- Accessible history and heritage, such as Napoleon's final place of exile
- The world’s oldest living land animal, Jonathan the Tortoise
- Cuisine experiences including world-renowned coffee and 'the world’s remotest distillery'
- Disconnect from technology and reconnect with nature and people
- Great bird watching, including the St Helena Plover (Wirebird)